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12 Apr

NCCAT groups collaborate from Cullowhee & Ocracoke

Exciting to see the programs "How Do Gifted Students Grow? AIG Concepts and Digital Resources" in Cullowhee led by NCCAT's Elizabeth Joyce and "Literacy Instruction To Promote Critical Thinking" in Ocracoke led by NCCAT's Amy Jo Spencer join together by video this moring. Plenty of sharing and collaboration going on from the mountatins to the see!

Great job!

04 Apr

Blog: Why Won't My Students Talk to Each Other?

NCCAT Faculty member Dr. Deb Teitelbaum covers the importance of team building or class building activities in this new blog.

"You are part of the team, and they need to know they can trust you as much as they trust each other," Teitelbaum writes.

15 Feb

Middle Grades ELA: Teaching Beyond the EOG at NCCAT

Thank you to these teachers from across North Carolina for being with us for "Middle Grades ELA: Teaching Beyond the EOG." Teachers are engaging in and crafting their own language arts activities that engage both the child and the budding adult in each of their students. Activities will address reading, writing, thinking, speaking and listening skills. We appreciate these educators being with us and look forward to keeping in touch!
 
09 Jan

Sciren Coast Networking Event for Teachers in Eastern NC

We appreciate hearing from the Scientific Research and Education Network (SciREN) on work they are doing to partner with the NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores to bring local scientists from around Eastern North Carolina to share their research with teachers in the form of classroom activities.

This event will be the evening of February 16th at the Aquarium at PKS, and check-in will begin at 5:45PM. It is free for teachers, and pizza will be provided! 

Click here for more information.

03 Jan

From some students, winter break is not a vacation at all

NCCAT's Dr. Deb Teitelbaum with a reminder in this blog post that for some students, winter break is not a vacation at all. ...

"Make an effort to be the calm, trustworthy, reliable adult they absolutely need at this time. 

As Eric Jensen wrote, “If yelling worked, the kids from the worst families would be the best behaved.”

Click here for more.

29 Nov

EdCampSTEM West coming in January

We hope teachers can take part in this upcoming event ...

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